Foods you used to really dislike, but have come around to

I’m currently eating olives. Just olives on their own as a snack. Even two-three years ago this would have been unthinkable (I was one of many children to suffer a very traumatising confusion of grapes and olives at one point).

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But whiterussian, olives are revolting!

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Some fish, I suppose. Monkfish, the various bland white fishes, etc.

Also Huel.

Was pretty much the only 3 year old who loved olives. Used to not like smelly seafood and smelly cheese until I stopped being a massive baby and grew a palate

welcome to the club

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Olives: you’re not alone

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Stilton and blue cheese in general. I think ones palate becomes less sensitive as one gets older so stronger flavours appeal more.

Apart from olives @whiterussian: olives are rank

think someone did this joke the other day

I was really picky when I was little, like I didn’t even like the idea of pizza because it had tomatoes on it. Now I will pretty much eat anything.

Yummy

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i don’t mind them on their own/in a salad but they ruin a lot of things they’re in, especially sandwiches

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Despite eric’s complaints, I thoroughly enjoyed this top community.drownedinsound.com posting.

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Probably @marckee

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I’m still a big baby when it comes to cheeses. Don’t want to eat anything mouldy, mate.

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Olives

pretty much everything that’s not pizza, chips or breakfast foods

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Wouldn’t have passed my quality control, I’m afraid.

Same here with olives, then one day I tried tapenade and this lead to olives and I loved them. (Although I’ve eaten so many in the past few years that I had to take a break)